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  1. GuyM

    UVM-ML Open Architecture

    For easy installation and setup - take a look at the new video guide (recorded for UVM-ML 1.4.4): UVM-ML Library Installation and Setup - in under 10 minutes. You can find this video here ( ) It provides a step-by-step walk through of downloading and installing the UVM-ML OA library. This is followed by giving some details on where to find the documentation, as well as showing how to run one of the examples delivered with this library. Guy Mosenson @ Cadence
  2. GuyM

    UVM-ML Open Architecture

    Dear Han, This is probably some environmental issue we can easily solve together. We will follow up with you offline (on the other thread you opened with support_uvm_ml@cadence.com). Guy Mosenson @ Cadence
  3. Absolutely yes, SystemC models can be verified by UVM-SV (and also integrated with UVM testbenches). Cadence recommends doing this with the enhancements provided by UVM-ML. You can see a general overview on this and more in previous Cadence webinars here: 1. UVM SystemVerilog in a Multi-Language SoC World: UVM-ML Webinar Overview in: http://www.cadence.com/Community/blogs/fv/archive/2012/10/11/uvm-systemverilog-in-a-multi-language-soc-world-uvm-ml-webinar. Archived in: http://www.cadence.com/cadence/events/Pages/event.aspx?eventid=686 2. Bringing SystemC and C/C++ Models into UVM Overview in: http://www.cadence.com/Community/blogs/ii/archive/2011/11/07/archived-webinar-bringing-systemc-and-c-c-models-into-uvm.aspx Archived in: http://www.cadence.com/cadence/events/Pages/event.aspx?eventid=558 You can find more information in contributions available on UVMworld: 3. The enabling library: UVM-ML Version 1.1: http://www.uvmworld.org/contributions-details.php?id=98&keywords=UVM_ML 4. An elaborate usage example: UVM Reference Flow Version 1.1: http://www.uvmworld.org/contributions-details.php?id=105&keywords=UVM_Reference_Flow_Version_1.1 Guy
  4. Hi Sean, UVM-ML is supported on top of IES 10.2, you’ll need that version to run the example. Note that UVM-ML is already in the IES 10.2 release, it will be easier for you to use the library installed there rather than pointing to this open-source releases. As to your second question: I am not familiar with TLI. What I can say is that UVM-SC and UVM-ML in this contribution are aligned with UVM and architected for the standard. This contribution is based on a similar contribution provided for OVM, which has been out there for a while. Guy
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